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British people should decide on GM crops


During a debate in the European Parliaments Agriculture Committee on a directive on the cultivation of GM crops in EU member states (1.2.11), UKIP MEP, Stuart Agnew has intervened to demand that the British people be given the right to decide whether GM crops can be grown in the UK.

Mr Agnew said: It is essential that the decision on whether to grow GM crops in the UK should be taken by the British people themselves and not be imposed upon them by foreigners, who live in other countries.

He said that the EU institutions have been in total paralysis over the issue for more than ten years.

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